loose, lightweight clothing, use sunscreen, limit outdoor activities and check on those most at risk. that, of course, being the elderly and the young. also as you come back out here, wear a hat if talk about provide a little bit of sun protection, and also the most important thing of all, hydration. drink many or a lot of water when you're outside. i know that goes without saying. we say it every single year, but it always helps to be reminded. and take a look at the parked cars along the way. this is what you cannot do, going to repeat this as well, don't leave an elderly person, a child or a pet inside a car because when you talk about the temperatures rising, inside a parked car even with the windows cracked the car can heat up almost 20 degrees in just ten minutes. back to you, jon. jon: and in the concrete canyons of new york, 100 degrees feels really hot. >> reporter: yes. jon: heather childers, thank you. >> mission complete, houston.